Category Archives: Intensive Care Unit

Enhanced Medical Home for High-Risk Children Dramatically Reduces Hospital Costs, Illnesses

High-risk children suffering from chronic diseases who received comprehensive care at a special clinic at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) experienced dramatic reductions in both serious illnesses and hospital costs, according to a study recently … finish reading Enhanced Medical Home for High-Risk Children Dramatically Reduces Hospital Costs, Illnesses

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Intensive Care Units Do Better Under Pressure: Study

Busy ICUs discharge patients more quickly than usual, but they do so without compromising patient care and outcomes, suggesting that low-value extensions of ICU stays are minimized during times of increased ICU capacity strain, according to a new study from … finish reading Intensive Care Units Do Better Under Pressure: Study

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